When people think about the BMW brand, they don’t think about it as a collection of vehicles. Rather, BMW represents a spirit that values quality, attention to detail, and a rich history. The BMW Spirit is captured perfectly in this episode of Cars I See, in which David Duran showcases his classic 1987 BMW 325i, explaining that to him, it is more than just a car.
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Did you know the average BMW requires an oil change only every 15,000 miles? Watch our short and informative video as Kuni BMW Service representative Brent explains what you need to know about your BMW’s oil changes.Share on Facebook
Brief History of BMW M3 and the M3 today
The very first BMW M–the legendary M!–shot straight to the top in 1978 as one of the fastest German road-going sports cars. And once BMW M tasted success, they never wanted to give it up. Today, the M3 is one of the fastest street legal BMWs on the planet.
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Brief History of BMW M5 & M6
The M cars, short for “Motorsport” or M-Technik, were initially designed for BMW racing in the 1960s and 1970s. BMW vehicles sold to the public started to be available with the M badge, denoting a higher trim model that included increased engine performance, enhanced suspension and aerodynamics plus interior and exterior modifications. The first M badged BMW for the public was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1978. At first, the M badged cars were more suitable for the racetrack than for the casual driver, but as time went on, they evolved into higher performance versions of the 3,5, and 6 series models.
Brief History of BMW Z4
The Z in Z4 stands for the German word for future, Zukunft. A more recent addition to BMW’s models, the Z4 was produced in 2002 as a replacement of the Z3. It immediately won “Design of the Year Award” in Automobile Magazine. The second generation of the Z4 was produced in the 2009 model year; it’s uniqueness is found in its retractable hardtop.